Stylometry is the latest In Shakespearean research
what else is there that's even somewhat new?
it's really only been around a few decades or so - since computers
as far as some [pseudo] authorship theories, it's fairly simple --
if you can't explain it to a layman,
I would question whether you understand it Yourself
In alt.home.repair, on Tue, 8 Sep 2015 12:51:01 -0700 (PDT),
AIUI, Shakespeare worked as an electrician during his summer vacations.
Later when he had writing blocks and needed a break he was a wildcatter
on north Scotland oil wells, so he had plenty of mechanical experience.
But what the OP's post shows is how easy it is to post on Usenet. No
one's going to post to the wrong webforum because it's so tediously hard
to post to one no matter what.
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